Laboratory centrifuges are commonly used instruments in laboratories for pharmaceutical, food, environmental and chemical testing, which allow the separation of samples by rotating the vessel at high speed. Centrifuges utilize gravity and centrifugal force for settling, thus separating substances based on their density. The force generated by the rotation moves the heavier material to the bottom of the container. At the bottom, the particles are concentrated into a precipitate and separated from the remaining solution known as the supernatant.
The centrifuge consists of a main frame, a rotor, a drive system, a control system, a refrigeration system, and a safety protection system. When selecting a laboratory centrifuge, the maximum RPM (Revolutions Per Minute) and RCF (Relative Centrifugal Force), the type and size of the rotor, the temperature control range, as well as the safety features of the motorized lid lock and the imbalance sensor are the main properties to be considered.
Amerigo Scientific offers portable mini centrifuges, cryogenic centrifuges, and cryogenic high-speed centrifuges to help our customers to analyze macromolecules and their specific hydrodynamic properties, as well as the classification of subcellular organelles and the study of membranes.
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